Wine for the World Club

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Our vintners include winemakers of color, female trailblazers, small families, and LGBTQ+ winemakers. Some are carbon neutral from field to bottle; some farm organically and craft minimal intervention, natural wines; all prioritize and promote environmental sustainability.

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meet a few of our winemakers

Ntsiki Biyela

This award-winning winemaker is South Africa’s first black woman winemaker. Named by Forbes “A Winemaker to Follow” and by Fortune/Food & Wine as one of the “Most Innovative Women in Food & Drink,” her elegant wines are both subtle and powerful.

Tara Gomez

From the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, Tara celebrates a journey of friendship, love, and wine through the dream winery she founded with her wife. Her roots inspire her dedication to the vineyard and giving back to the land through sustainability.

Dasca Vives

Josep Dasca and Alba Vives have converted the family land where they were raised to organic and biodynamic farming principles. Their philosophy is led by necessity and responsibility to heal the land and revitalize the soil, the plants and the people it feeds.

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and learn more about our mission in her own words


“I cannot adequately state how much I love this reality of women, LGTBQ+, and BIPOC winemakers getting their wines featured in a wine club.”

– Chef, Louisiana

"It's a fantastic idea and product. We joined the wine club and get so excited for our shipments! They are beautiful wines and it feels good to shop with intention and pride. It's so easy and reasonably priced. I also think each month is a thoughtfully curated bundle of wines that expand my knowledge of deliciously crafted wine varieties. Now I love orange wine and bobal, thanks to the wine club. Love love."

– Nina, Washington DC

"Joined the club right off the bat! Aslina was fabulous with roast leg of lamb and Fides was a perfect complement to our Thanksgiving turkey. 🥂🤩"

– Ben, Maryland

"The wines have been incredible. Especially enjoyed the cava (last night as a celebratory libation)."

– Micheal, California

our standards

Social Responsibility

Since 2013, we've believed it is important to be a responsible global citizen.  To us, this means that the wines we sell embody and support diversity and equality. Our producers also employ respectful work environments and fair labor practices for all workers – including living, not just minimum, wages. Some of our producers are additionally Fair Trade certified, and some also support community efforts like music and the Arts.  

Environmental Sustainablity

We seek producers that embrace environmentally sustainable practices because they, like us, philosophically believe that healthier grapes make better wine - and are better for the world. They are certified by local and/or international organizations for organic, biodynamic, or at minimum, sustainable viticulture practices. Several of our producers use solar panels for their energy needs, and are even carbon neutral!

Women Winemakers

Most of our wines are made by female vintners. At first, we thought it was coincidence that we gravitated this way - or maybe subconscious. Then we realized that in traditionally male-dominated countries, these vintners have worked harder to prove themselves. This is now something we seek out - both to champion impressive women around the world, and because, the wines are just really, really good. 


We look for delicious wines - because let's face it, if it's not delicious, we're not going to drink it either (and we're quite picky). We've found that artisanal wines - those with limited production, that are lovingly looked after from grape to bottle - tend to be the most delicious. Our producers are small, family owned businesses whose passion is making remarkable wines in a responsible way.

Minimal Intervention

Did you know that it's legal to add hundreds of additives in the process of making wine? Not in ours. Our producers' wines are made of just grapes. Most of our producers also use native or natural yeast to ferment. They use gentle winemaking techniques, which often take longer than what's in the mass market, but the results are worth it.


The spirit of collaboration is a huge part of our DNA. We celebrate the world’s talent by bringing great minds together. Whether it’s collaborating as winemakers, or as a company, this is our way of making the world just a little smaller. On that note, we'd love your inputs. You'll find that we're a different kind of wine company, and you're a part of our producers' journey too.


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